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H. C. Stülcken Sohn

Type   Shipyard
Historical Name of Location   Hamburg, Germany

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Ships Constructed at H. C. Stülcken Sohn

Ship NameYard NoSlip/Drydock NoOrderedLaid DownLaunchedCompleted
G2790
G3791
G4 (Planned)792
Falke29 Jul 194022 Nov 1942
M171022 Nov 19359 Jul 19365 Mar 193731 Aug 1938
M271122 Nov 193515 Jul 193620 May 193715 Mar 1939
M371222 Nov 19356 Nov 193628 Sep 19378 Dec 1938
M107181 Sep 193626 Oct 19379 Aug 193824 May 1939
Hela19 Jun 193623 Nov 193729 Dec 193816 Oct 1940
M137273 Mar 19376 Mar 193816 Jan 19397 Sep 1939
M147283 Mar 19372 May 193820 Mar 19391 Dec 1939
M157293 Mar 193719 Jan 193915 Aug 193922 Feb 1940
M167303 Mar 19371 Apr 193915 Nov 19391 Jun 1940
M257414 May 193825 Sep 193919 Mar 194016 Nov 1940
M267424 May 193813 Nov 193921 May 194021 Dec 1940
M277434 May 193820 Nov 193924 Jun 194010 Feb 1941
M287444 May 193829 Dec 193930 Jul 194022 May 1941
K1 (Planned)74711 Nov 193822 Apr 1940 *23 Apr 1941 *20 May 1941 *
K2 (Planned)74811 Nov 193822 Apr 1940 *23 Apr 1941 *15 Sep 1941 *
K3 (Planned)74911 Nov 193823 Apr 1940 *24 Apr 1941 *15 Jan 1942 *
K4 (Planned)75011 Nov 193823 Apr 1940 *24 Apr 1941 *14 Feb 1942 *
G178911 Nov 193815 Nov 1942
U-908III6 Aug 19423 May 1943

* Projected dates; not actual






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WW2-Era Place Name Hamburg, Germany
Lat/Long 53.5410, 9.9709
Famous WW2 Quote
"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944